Jim's Reviews > Honor Few, Fear None: The Life and Times of a Mongol

Honor Few, Fear None by Ruben Cavazos
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Nov 30, 09

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bookshelves: true-crime, biography, bikers
Read in November, 2009

Like most biker autobiographies, this was disappointing. I guess what I'm looking for is some honesty insofar as the biker lifestyle is concerned, but Cavazos gives the same old song and dance: it seems the Mongols are just a bunch of motorcycle enthusiasts. None of them commit crimes, but if they did, it would just be a few unsavoury members acting without the approval of the club, you big silly! The book is worth reading for the insight into the gangster mindset, but don't expect any startling revelations.


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